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attorneys for my campaign and for governor romney's campaign to lead it. we can fix this. and we will. the american people demand it, and so does our democracy. >> the president calling on the state of the union for a commission to improve the voting experience in america, to be led by what he called two long-time experts in the field. they are the top attorney for the president's campaign, this man, bob bauer, general counsel for the obama reelection effort. the other top attorney is this man, ben ginsberg, who served as national counsel for the mitt romney campaign in 2012. so one chairman from the democratic side, one chairman from the republican side. now in setting the commission up this way and announcing it this way, the president is clearly trying to turn fixing our national problem with voting into a bipartisan effort. he is trying to proceed here as if a story like desiline victor's pulls on everybody's heartstrings equally, democrat and republican. but what happened to desiline victor when she tried to vote this year was not an accident, it was on purpose. it was policy. fl
strategy of the obama administration and i will talk a walk while mitt romney lost, he didn't do anything. the reason the last uses distractions like binder that big bird and this nonsense is contraception so we don't pay attention to the fact the economy blows. economy is horrible. everybody knows the economy is horrible and the economy has not begun to recover any time since the let's talk about condos, let's talk about essentially how the left ran the campaign. we can not be sidetracked by that. we are always playing defense because you're a bad person and natural human instinct is someone says you are a bad person the natural human instinct is to say no i am not. i am not a bad person. why are you saying that? i am not a racist. how can you call me -- no evidence for that. the first instinct needs to be go on the offensive. they are the real racists for defacing the term racism to apply for things that clearly and definitely not racist. if you call something a basic economic policy anti-semitic, had nothing to do with jews, that is an anti-semitic move because your watering down anti-
in the context of this play in the era of ann romney building up for his run for the white house. >> yes. i remember leading up to it, romney was not even a figure in politics that was -- i guess he had made that run in 2008, but it was not one of those things where he was the front runner. we had not even gotten to that stage yet when i opened in 2010. but i remember a "newsweek" audible coming up talking about "the year of the mormon," and it had romney' s base on it. i remember wondering if we had somehow manifested this reality, or is it: it's the adults that all of these things are converging at once and this truly is the mormon moment. i question that a little bit because it was strange. it is rare that any pop cultural event will have such crossover appeal that book of mormon had. it is even stranger that a musical, seen by 1100 people per night, gets that type of appeal. for me, it was one of those wow moments, where this was bigger than any of us thought it would be. i do not think it influenced the election in any way, and i do not think it influenced people's decision to make mit
when president obama -- >> so here's an idea that governor romney and i actually agreed on last year. let's tie the minimum wage to the cost of living so that it finally becomes a wage you can live on. >> is that really true? did mitt military really back that idea? we reach back into the "kudlow report" archives and we'll show what you governor romney really said to me on this show about that very topic. don't forget, free market capitalism is the best path to prosperity. my problem is i just didn't hear any of it last night. i'm still hoping. i'm still larry kudlow. we'll be right back. (announcer) scottrade knows our clients trade and invest their own way. with scottrade's smart text, i can quickly understand my charts, and spend more time trading. their quick trade bar lets my account follow me online so i can react in real-time. plus, my local scottrade office is there to help. because they know i don't trade like everybody. i trade like me. i'm with scottrade. (announcer) scottrade. voted "best investment services company." music: "make someone happy" ♪it's so important to ma
at the end here why mihm lost, and it's because -- mitt romney lost, and it's because he didn't do any of these things. the reason that they use distractions like big bird and contraception is so we don't pay attention to the fact that the economy blows. the economy's horrible. everybody knows the economy's horrible. so let's talk about condoms, right? that was, essentially, how the left ran that campaign. we cannot be sidetracked by that. we are always playing defense. because thai saying you're -- they're saying you're a bad person, the natural human instinct is to say, no i'm not. i'm not a bad person. why are you saying? you know? i'm not a racist. how can you call me -- you have no evidence for that. what our first instinct needs to be is to go on the offensive. they are the real racists for defacing the term racism to apply to things that are clearly and eminently not race racist. if you call something anti-semitic that had nothing to do with jews, that's an anti-semitic move because you're watering it down to apply to things that do not apply. when they're calling people racist
romney except for his background. >> the other night notwithstanding, this fellow is headed for stardom, no question about that. >> there is after the other night. this is a fellow who is a brilliant messenger, and he had a message that was so fact was, that all the problems can be solved by cutting the tax burden that donald trump labors under pit goldman sachs just past to be relieved of regulation. it was so bad, it was so bad, he made barack obama look like cicero and churchville rolled into one -- churchill rolled into one. it was a mediocre address. i disagree with nina on one point. there acted 106 rebuttals. three of those people have gone on to occupy the white house. >> that doesn't mean they tidwell. >> gerald ford, george h.w. bush, and little billy clinton. >> i don't think mark liked the speech. >> let's try to be slightly dispassionate about it. [laughter] you have a whole host of problems in society. the liberal answer is to find it a government program that will fix id. state of the union address. the conservative approach is in what way is the government passed a regul
. the idea that he's going to have a bipartisan commission to use mitt romney's lawyer to look into it. and people were applauding her just for being alive and making it to 102. the speech came from the heart and touched upon important policy priorities especially if you're a member of the progressive left. >> absolutely. for the progressive left, it had standard laundry list that you'll see in a state of the union. but i do think there is some surprise, even in the white house, about the continued resonance of the continued gun issue. i think there's a soul search that went on after newtown. i think after a week there was certainly the idea in the white house that this is going to see involve into the typical kabuki. and it did to some degree. i think the president himself seemed very surprised on what might be able to get done. again, it's a low bar, as chuck said. but still, the conversation continues. i also think the president hit a stride right after newtown. granted, it coincided with his re-election. a lot of people thought that was the best moment of his presidency. >> i agree
mentioned governor romney and everyone in congress replied who? marco rubio proves it's possible to sweat profusely when you're standing in near darkness. and the voting rights act. two things that could hurt republicans come election time: voting and rights. kim novak is 80 and it's the birthday of peter gabriel. it's henry rollins birthday. [ ♪ music ♪ ] japan good evening i'm john fugelsang. coming up it's ha st. zinger, not r atzenberger my bad. and marco rubio channels his inner mitt romney before blaming god for last night's splashdown. and rand paul doubles the tea party's fun with the state of the united states address. president obama laid out legislative agenda including a hike to minimum wage. >> reader effort and determination with wages that allow working families to raise their kids and get ahead. >> john: he put it a little more strongly last night. >> obama: tonight, let's declare that in the wealthiest nation on earth no one who works full time should have to live in poverty and raise the federal minimum wage to $9 an hour. >> john: which sounds reasonable to me, to y
and efficient. >> why have so many republicans responded by using the tired old lines from mitt romney's campaign that were so comprehensively rejected by the electorate? we have marco rubio in his rebuttal actually accusing the president of the exact opposite of the content of his speech last night 37. >> it is amazing. and yet again, i just wish the -- i wish our republican friends would put their political hats to the side and keep in mind that we've been sent here to do a job. the american people want us to lift their lives up and not make life more difficult for them. there's so many people, martin, who are struggling right now. and there are little things that the government can do to help them. they're not looking for a handout. they're just looking for a hand to get them through this storm. by the way, i was also glad to hear the president talk about getting our troops out of afghanistan. i thought that was very, very significant. and what he said about the gun and gun violence really hit home with me. i got to tell you. that was probably one of the most emotional moments last
's state of the union. on the one hand he sounded exactly like mitt romney, if you closed your eyes and listened what he was saying, but then he had this sort of grassroots appeal where he talked about his parents' struggles, and then he made a pretty strong argument for government intervention in terms of student loans and medicare. >> he talked about his family. >> exactly. >> getting lifted up by their bootstraps largely with assistance of government programs. >> i think one of the lessons -- you know, the gop this last campaign was very much win one for the gipper. it was about this demographic that reagan was able to win on. what they didn't learn was the lessons that bush should have taught them from 2004. it wasn't just about latinos. she got 44% of the latino vote. he also did very well among african-americans in key states. ohio, virginia, florida. if you talked to republicans now, they sort of see that african-americans are a lost cause in terms of republicans. they do talk about latinos, but i do think it's more of a combination in some of the key states of african-americ
to distribute electoral votes based on results in congressional district which would have given romney the majority of votes in that state despite winning only 47% of the vote. now he's proposing to divide the electoral votes proportionally to each candidate which would have given president obama 12 of the state's 20. that's not a majority. republicans have lost pennsylvania in all of its electoral votes for six straight presidential elections. that, of course, is the reason they're doing that rigmarole. we'll be right back. and every day since, we've worked hard to keep it. bp has paid over twenty-three billion dollars to help people and businesses who were affected, and to cover cleanup costs. today, the beaches and gulf are open for everyone to enjoy -- and many areas are reporting their best tourism seasons in years. we've shared what we've learned with governments and across the industry so we can all produce energy more safely. i want you to know, there's another commitment bp takes just as seriously: our commitment to america. bp supports nearly two-hundred-fifty thousand jobs i
have given romney the majority of votes in that state despite winning only 47% of the vote. now he's proposing to divide the electoral votes proportionally to each candidate, which would have given president obama 12 of the state's 20. that's not a majority. republicans have lost pennsylvania in all of its electoral votes for six straight presidential elections. that, of course, is the reason they're doing that rigmarole. we'll be right back. ♪ no two people have the same financial goals. pnc works with you to understand yours and help plan for your retirement. visit a branch or call now for your personal retirement review. your soups are so awesomely delicious my husband and i can't stop eating 'em! what's...that... on your head? can curlers! tomato basil, potato with bacon... we've got a lot of empty cans. [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. all your important legal matters in just minutes. protect your family... and launch your dreams. at legalzoom.com we put the law on your side. >>> welcome back to "hardball." next month will mark ten years since the ira
washington post" and former romney adviser, stuart stevens. >> hello again. george is off today. it's great to have you with us. in a "this week" exclusive congressman paul ryan is standing by to join us live, but first a major political story breaking overnight. a new report from "usa today" with what the paper says is a draft of the white house immigration proposal. according to the report, the plan includes allowing undocumented immigrants to apply for legal status with a pathway to citizenship after eight years. it also expands e-verify and border security. joining us now to talk about this is the new white house chief of staff, denis mcdonough. thank you for joining us. >> thanks for having me, jon. >> now, this hit with a thud as far as marco rubio is concerned. he said late last night in a statement, quote, this legislation is half baked and seriously flawed. it would actually make our immigration problems worse. if actually proposed, the president's bill would be dead on arrival in congress leaving us with unsecured borders and a broken legal immigration system for years to come." l
in the grand cayman islands. >> i'd really like to see mitt romney release more than one year of tax records because there's been disturbing reports that he's got a bermuda corporation, a secretive bermuda corporation nobody knows anything about. investments in the caymans, a swiss bank account. >> megyn: and it goes on from there, but it was suspicious when mitt romney did it and now, the administration doesn't seem to feel the same about it. >> well, it was not just to the suspicious to the obama campaign, it was morally wrong. it was legal they said, but it sets the bad things about mitt romney's character and david axlerod even said the president could have done that with his wealth, but opted not to because that's not where the president's heart was, so you have to wonder what kind of person would do that and then you hear mr. lew who wants the run the agency, that he was trying to avoid by putting money overseas, just like mitt romney was, say, i paid all the taxes i was required to and it's obviously, you could hear sort of the groan emitting from the bench from the senators questioni
island investment. president obama once called it a notorious tax scam and mitt romney paid a political price for his accounts there. but will jack lew? ♪ [ slap! ] [ slap! slap! slap! slap! ] ow! ow! [ male announcer ] your favorite foods fighting you? fight back fast with tums. calcium-rich tums starts working so fast you'll forget you had heartburn. ♪ tum tum tum tum tums >> jack lew, president obama's pick for treasury secretary faced questions on capitol hill this week about his tenure as a top executive at citigroup, the too big to fail bank that received a 45 million dollar taxpayer bailout. members of the finance committee pressed the former white house chief of staff about an almost 1 million dollar bonus he took home from citi in early 2005. as well as his investment in a venture capital fund registered in the cayman islands. >> why is the investment in the cayman islands? >> senator, i actually don't know why it was organized. i was not involved in setting up the fund. >> did you pay taxes on that investment? >> i reported all income related to the investment on my tax f
the name mitt romney floated around a lot. >> jon: romney? he's a mormon >> no, he was a mormon. easy involved on that issue. >> jon: interesting. why does the college of cardinals like santorum as well as gingrich, bachman and rick perry. the only problem there, of course, is that perry apparently has trouble remembering the holy trinity. >> father, son, and the... what's the third one there? let's see. >> you can't name the third one? the third one, i can't, sorry. ( cheers and applause ) >> jon: that's just last year's presidential candidates hardly in the running for pope >> i'm sorry, jon. you're absolutely right. would would they know about appealing to a floundering organization dominated by old white men clinging to an arcane moral code who must reluctantly embrace change to stay relevant? you're right. there's no crossover there at all, jon. not at all. i'm just going to go, jon, unless i'm being sarcastic in which case i think i'll actually stay >> jon: if that's the case, john, the church needs to rebrand as much as the g.o.p. does. they have to go latino. you're saying it'
commission headed up by people from his and mitt romney's presidential campaigns to come up with ways on cutting down on voting times. joining me is al sharpton. it's good to have you. you had a late night last night. let's talk about the estimated number 200,000 voters in florida that got turned away because of the long lines. the hours of waiting, what do you think? what do you make of a bipartisan committee put together by the president's team, mitt romney's people to look at this issue? >> i think it's a good move. i would, of course, the devil would be in the details as we see what the commission, who else will be on it, what teeth it would have. but it's absolutely necessary. when the president highlighted the 102-year-old lady, i was in florida chapter with the bishop. it was part of those that kept driving people out. he had a thing called operation lemonade. we would have had more than 200,000 people turned away if you hadn't had the efforts of those activists in florida. i know firsthand what he's doing as president with this commission is needed. but we're kboing to need so
. it will not happen. >>> back with the roundtable, george will, ruth marcus from "the washington post," former romney senior adviser stuart stevens, former speaker of the house newt gingrich and democratic congressman, thank you all for joining us. george, the bottom line, these sequester cuts obviously are going to happen and then we're going to have a battle over the government shutdown, the debt ceiling. where does this all end? >> it doesn't end. this is democratic politics in an age where we've made promises we can't keep and intractable budget ceilings we have to bump up. let me give you two examples this week. the navy citing the sequester delayed the deployment of the aircraft carrier "truman" undermining our pledge to have two carrier groups in the persian group to keep pressure on iran. citing the sequester. you telling me the navy can't find other ways to economize without this flamboyant and provocative way of trying to pressure congress? second, this week we learned the agriculture department has a diversity awareness program. it doesn't cost much money, in which they teach the bureaucra
, and they happened to be based there. >> in romney's case he set them up down there? >> no, he didn't. i was not making -- i never made the cayman islands argument to you ever. >> oh! about romney? >> i never did. go back and check the tapes. never. >> i don't think he ever did. >> i think -- >> i don't think he did. >> in general, just the whole perception. now al gore's got more money, a lot more money than romney, as you know. you think that's in the cayman islands? >> he's not filthy rich. no, that's somewhere safe, the lea -- the middle east. >> as the ocean washes across the country, it's safe, probably in gold. >>> in the markets, the futures are fight slightly higher. yesterday the dow was up by 47 point. the s&p up by two. as patty dawn points out, the nasdaq has been the big issue. it was actually down yesterday by five points. it has not closed above the 3,200 level that so many had been watching closely. some say in order to see the s&p 500 and the dow break out to new highs, you're going to have to see technology lead the way. we'll get clues on this tonight when we hear fro
treasury secretary. and democrats blasted mitt romney for having money for overseas account. check out this campaign ad from team obama. >> hi, i'm the national press secretary in obama for america. on tuesday "vanity fair" published an article on the millions of dollars that mitt romney had in tax havens like the bermuda and cayman islands. did he put money there to avoid paying taxes, we don't know he won't release tax returns. >> it may put lew's nomination in jeopardy. very unusual for a cabinet pick. and joining us live from capitol hill. doug, what do we know. >> reporter: and they say that jack lew has been confirmed in various posts and no reason why he shouldn't be again. republicans beg to differ and mounting sentiment his nomination for treasury secretary may be blocked. at the heart of his trouble. a cayman island investment for citigroup. and while they say that lew paid all taxes associated with that account president obama has repeatedly criticized off shore accounts as you just saw during the campaign of 2012, mitt romney's investments in such an account. leading the c
babies. the lever of prospect goes down dramatically. >> that was mitt romney answering a question about gun violence. if his words sound familiar, it's because we heard similar rhetoric in president obama's speech in chicago. what are the rules about who gets to criticize single parent households? raul raez is here. >> people went nuts when romney said it. >> it's interesting the context where people can criticize single moms. there's sketches in the minority communities when they are exposed to the largest society, that's when people become very uncomfortable. for someone like mitt romney whose own legacy in terms of family and wives is complicated. when he talks like that, it confused me when i first saw it. i didn't think it had to do with gun violence. so many other aspects and much more meaningful. lately, it seems single moms are a very easy target to blame so much on single moms doing so much and carrying so much weight. it's like a blame game. if only there was a dad there. it's mystifying. >> look, i'm a member of a two-parent household, i can highly recommend it to individuals
for minimum wage to go up while ceo pay has never been higher. so here's something that govern ann romney and i agreed on last year -- that governor romney and i agreed on last year. to's raise the minimum wage a level you can live on. tonight let's also recognize there are communities in this country where no matter how hard you work, it is virtually impossible to get ahead. factory towns decimated from years of lance packing -- of plants packing up, inescapable pockets of poverty, young adult still fighting for their first job. america is not a place is not a place where circumstance should decide our destiny, and that is why we need new ladders of opportunity for all who are willing to climb them in the middle class. it's offer incentives to companies who hire americans who have what it takes to fill that job opening but have been out of work so long, no one will give them a chance anymore. it's put people back to work rebuilding vacant homes and rundown neighborhoods. this year my administration will begin to partner with 20 of the hardest hit towns in america to get these communities
of water being tweeted around the world the former personal aid to governor romney when he ran for president, gator jackson is tweeting i would have had the water bottle closer. >> bill: big story. nbc broke it should have had the water story bottle closer. joining us now from washington kate obenshain republican strategist and kirsten powers fox news analyst. all right, powers. this is so ridiculous. this is really the crux of the story. this is so foolish does it show desperation on the part of the left to highlight this? what does it show. >> i have maintained for a while that the media is run by a bunch of 14-year-olds. i'm going to downgrade them to kinder gart necessary. the fact that this is the thing that they think the whole speech was about? i mean, look, it was a staff mistake. the water should have been closer to him. they have shown pictures of the studio. the light was like right on top of him. you know, he took a drink of water. it's really not that big of a deal. >> bill: why are they making it, powers. you know this world. you dine with these people, perhaps va
romney and i actually agreed on last year. let's tie the minimum wage to the cost of living so that it final becomes a wage you can live on. >> the republican presidential candidate may have backed the idea but that didn't stop the rest of the party from jumping all over the president. everyone from john boehner to marco rubio called raising the minimum wage a job-killing measure. it's 2013, come up with a new routine for punishing the middle class, please. >> finally gun control the president told congress in no uncertain terms that he expected them to take action. >> each of these proposals deserves a vote in congress. if you want to vote no, that's your choice, but these proposals deserve a vote. because in the two months since newtown, more than 1,000 birthdays, graduations anniversaries have been stolen from our lives by a bullet from a gun. >> now, he didn't say which way they should vote, and just taking a vote is no guarantee gun safety measures will pass. progressives are concerned about whether the president's words will create real change. some are upset that he did
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